Bota hydration bladder gives you capacity to carry up to 2 litres of water when you’re out biking, running or skiing. It’s lightweight and slimline, sliding happily into most packs and keeping you topped up with all-important water.

Bota is easy to open and refill and is made from durable TPU. The locking mechanism on the quick-release drinking tube makes it easy to remove for cleaning but secure once attached to prevent any leaks in your bag.

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The bite valve mouthpiece is comfortable to drink from – no frustrating dribble of water that is hard to get at – and locks to prevent leakage.

Bota has a fold top, which means the top flips up and folds over with a slide closure that clicks securely into place. This is the easiest style for filling up from rivers and streams, as well as for cleaning.

Bota fits happily into all our packs with hydration sleeves, with eyelets at the top for hanging it in your pack.

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Key Features

  • 2 litres capacity, ideal for a full day out with minimal stops
  • Quick-release drinking tube with a locking mechanism to prevent it from coming off in your bag
  • Fold top with slidelock for ease of use, with eyelets for hanging
  • Bite valve mouthpiece feels nice to drink from and locks to prevent leakage
  • Slimline profile to fit most packs (fits our Artlu running pack)
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

Vital stats




Size: 36 x 18.5cm (when flat)
Weight: 200g

Origin: China

Sustainability & Care

Product Care Information

How to clean: Frequent washing is key to maximising the lifespan of your product. Gently hand-wash in luke warm water (washing up liquid works great if particularly dirty), use a soft brush if required and rinse well. Do not put it in the dishwasher. Dry away from direct sunlight and don’t tumble dry or blow dry. How to store: Before storing your bladder, make sure it is completely dry by hanging it up open (the longer you can do this for, the better). Once dry, roll it up and pop it in the freezer. Yes, really – this prevents mildew and mould from growing in the tube and mouthpiece.


Bota in action